CONTINUING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REGINALD O. KAPP

9.124 Proposal for a clinical trial of family constellation group therapy (FCGT)               16.11.17

Paper for Clinical Research Departments.
By John Kapp, 22, Saxon Rd Hove BN3 4LE 01273 417997, johnkapp@btinternet.com, Papers referenced thus (9.117) are published on www.reginaldkapp.org.



PART 1

Contents

1 Summary: FCGT could become the new mindfulness phenomenon.

2 GPs need to be able to prescribe an effective intervention for addicts

3 The shame of being high-jacked into pill pushers for the drug companies burns out GPs

4 What about the (IAPT) and Wellbeing programmes and mindfulness?

5 Why can’t GPs prescribe the NICE recommended MBCT courses?

6 Where did family constellation group therapy (FCGT) come from?

7 What happens in a family constellation group therapy (FCGT) session?

8 Connecting with the heart makes FCGT nourishing for the soul

9 Examples of FCGT sessions for illustration.

PART 2 - IS THERE ANY SCIENCE THAT CAN EXPLAIN FCGT?

Contents

10 Can the effect of trauma be inherited?

11 Post trauma consequences

12 Is the soul and ‘heart’ the right hemisphere of the brain?

13 Example of a pigeon

14 FCGT works in an altered state of consciousness called meditation

15 FCGT works by channelling

16 Healing of dysfunctional minds works by ritual

17 Health means repairing relationships with your mother and father

18 What are your qualifications for facilitating FCGT?

19 What sort of trial do you propose?

20 Conclusion - put your research department on the map with true research for patient benefit

21 References

Appendix. Review of Rupert Sheldrake’s book 2017         3.11.17
Rupert Sheldrake Science and Spiritual Practices. Hodder and Stoughton, Oct 2017, £20

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